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1988 

Nathanite 

Drury Senior High School 

North Adams, Massachusetts 






Sherri Mannheim, Paula Buckley, 
Vice Principal - Kurt Gable, Prin- 
cipal - Roger Cirone, Sheralyn 
Gregory 



The time has come for us to say farewell to yet another senior class. Each class leaves its own 
special memory, and for the Class of 1988, that memory is friendship. You have shown us a 
unique sense of openness, support, and caring to family and friends. These traits will be with you 
for the rest of your lives, and will help to give you a better understanding of all people. On behalf 
of the administration, we wish you all the best for a bright and successful future. 

Roger Cirone 
Principal 




enior Class President Chris Wondoloski addresses fellow class- Class Valedictorian Krista Hartman delivers her speech at the 
lates at graduation. '88 commencement exercises. 



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Drury High School Faculty And Staff 

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Richard Lipschutz 

Charles Farrell 

Claire Daub 

George Petropulos 

Patricia Prenguber 

Gayna Minardi 



Elaine Lebert 

Winifred O'Brien 

Ronald Smachetti 

Margaret LeClair 

Nancy Horsfall 

Thomas Bernard 



Loraine Whitcomb 

Pauline Cantone 

Fred Scerbo 

Janet Woodruff 

Keith Davis 

Thomas McGrath 



James Montepare 

Joseph Prenguber 

Candy Rivard 

Ida Hurlbut 

Sandra Milenski 

John Solari 



Catherine Steigner 

Jeanne Yannone 

John Richards 

John Gagnon 

Edward Noel 

Ed Mowrey 



Deborah Coyne 

John Horahan 

Bob Kove 

Carole Millette 

Vincent King 

Carl Jenkins 




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Marie Crosby 
Theresa Sorel 
Laura Lee O'Neil 
Ellen DePaoli 



Donna Putnam 
Mary DeMaranville 
Jeanne Lapine 



Christopher 
Wondoloski 
Herbert Johnson 
Richard Ciampa 
Marian England 
Timothy Woodruff 
Donald Pecor 



Ann French 
Robert Scrivens 
William Prevey 
Gary Kelley 
James Daughton 
Joseph Gniadek 




Bonnie Rennell 
Donna Meranti 
Blue Devil 

Joseph Campedelli 
Carolyn Cheesbro 
Ann Mastroianni 



Arthur Harrington 
Eleanor Taff 
Susan Chilson 
Derek Rougeau 
Richard Schumacher 
Joan Mills 



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Clubs And Organizations 



Junior Class Officers: Secretary, Emily Smachetti; President, 
Kelly McGrath; Vice-President, Ellie Collins; Treasurer, Matt 
Gattuso. 




Peer Educators 




SADD 



Nu Sigma Epsilon - Junior Honor Society 




Prom Committee 



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Freshmen Reception Committee 



Ski Club 



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Senior Class Officers: Back row - Boys' VP, Tim D'Elia; Secretary, Betsy 
Donega. Front row - Treasurer, Kelly Lawrence; President, Chris Won- 
doloski; Girls' VP, Tracie Lillie; Treasurer, John Mulcahy. 




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Pro Merito - Senior Honor Society 





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Jobs For Bay State Graduates 



French Club 



Drury High Band, 
Chorus & Ballade 



Drury band members enjoy pizza party in high 
school band room before marching in 
Halloween Parade in Pittsfield. 





1988 Drury High Marching Band and Band 
Front members are pictured with Band Di- 
rector Carl Jenkins. 

Band members ham it up while waiting to 
perform next number at Drury football 
game at John J. DelNegro Field. 

Drury musician photographs the photog- 
rapher during all night rock-a-thon held in 
Drury band room to raise funds for music 
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poses with mixed chorus on Drury stage. 



Ballade 



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Back row: Melissa Cahoon, Florence Oles- 
kiewicz, Mary Michalenko, Elizabeth Nor- 
cross, Michelle Sweeney. Middle row: 
Krista Gamache and Carol Alvarez Front 
row: Erin Cain 

Musicians bundle up to stay warm be- 
tween numbers at Drury home football 
game. 




Two-miler Todd Hamilton and boys' track coach Terry Coyne relax in pole vault pit after a tough workout on the track. 

SPRINGTIME IN THE BERKSHIRES 




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Kristy Randall, 1988 girls' track team discus standout, shares a 
private joke with senior classmate Leon Thomas. 




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Track manager, B.J. Steigner gives Gatorade the temperature Bill Phillips either digs for buried treasure or readies long jump pit for 
test as Coach Toye LeClair supervises the procedure. practice. 



Once Upon A Time . . 



Indians, cowboys, dance 
hall girls, 

pervaded the hails 
of Drury High School. 




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Anna Carolina Alvarez Bessie Anagnos 



Buffy Lyn At well 



Cynthia S. Atwell 




Alan J. Aubin 



Amy Lyn Babcock 



Amber L. Baker 



Todd William Belleau 




John L. Blake 



Jeffrey Robert Bleu 



Becky Boisvert 



Virginia Bostwick 



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Sharon Lee Boulger 



Matthew S. Boyer 



Bobbie Jo Briggs 



Rebecca Briggs 




Walter Edward Brooks 



Ashley M. Buckley 



Tammy M. Burdick 



Tracy Ann Bush 




Melissa Lee Cahoon 



Erin L. Cain 



Tara Lynn Cain 



Jennifer Katherine Calvi 



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W. Brooke Carson 



Dave Casuscelli 



Paula Jean Cellana 



Chad E. Chenail 




Melissa Sarah Ciempa 



Winifred Connerton 



Jeffrey L. Cook 



Sfacy J. Cookis 




Suzette Cote 



Daniel R. Coyne 



Travis M. Cramer 



Michael Kenneth Crews 



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Robert S. Curran 



Michelle Amelia Davignon 



Stacey Marie Davis 



Timothy P. D'Elia 




Sandra L. Deluca Elizabeth Anne Donega Lisa Michelle Eastland Heidi Lynn Ellsworth 




Bryan Felix 



Todd Michael Field 



James R. Finney 



Anissa Forbush 



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Melinda Ann Fortini 



Christine V. Gaffey Annette Marie Gamache Krista Marie Gamache 




Jonna Lyn Garner 



Jennifer Ann Gazaille 



Trevor J. Gliwski 



Kellie Ann Gomeau 












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Scott K. Goodell 



Patricia Lynn Goodrich 



Audwin Carl Green 



Jennifer Anne Gwozdz 



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Tammy Lynn Harris 



Krista Lee Hartman 



William H. Helstein 



Fredericka J. Hoag 




Mark L lacuessa 



Sherrill Ingalls 



Thomas Walter Janulewicz 



David L. Jowett 









Karen Jowett 



Gregory S. Juby 



Maria Cruz Junco 



Tar a A. Keleher 



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Raymond E. King 



Roger A. LaMarre Jr. 



Gerald J. Lee 



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Deborah J. Kinsey Bernadette L. LaBombard Leslie Jeanne LaBonte 




Stefan J. Lamarre 



Tammy J. Larabee 



Kelli Ann Lawrence 





Richard B. Mahar 



Tara Ellen Mahar 



Debra Malloy 



Eric J. Markarian 




David R. Mattimore Jr. 



Scott M. McAllister 



Aimee R. McBride 



Timothy Patrick McCarthy 







Thomas P. McDonough 



Kevin Meehan 



Marylin Rose Miller 



Scott Matthew Miller 



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Melissa Jean Mohl 



Alan Moore 



Wayne E. Morin Jr. 



John B. Mulcahy 




Michael J. Mutart 



John A. Neville III 



James E. Nimmons 



Alicia Kim Noel 




Erin Lynn O'Brien 



Christine M. Perras 



Erin S. Pierce 



Tricia Ann Pizzi 



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Jennifer Elizabeth Ralston 



Christy Lee Randall 



James L. Reed 



Paul James Renaud 




Michelle Lee Richard 



Dawn Marie Roberts 



Carta Romeo 



Kimberley Scott 







Sonja Lea St. Pierre 



Sheri L. Siam 



Phyllis Ann Steigner 



Justin L. Sullivan 



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Walter A. Sumner Jr. 



Timothy Micheal Sunn 



Jerri-Lynn Superneau 



Ronnie J. Tatro 




Tammy Lynn Tatro 



Terry Lea Tatro 



Eric Robert Taylor 



Scott Therrien 




Nancy Ann Unis 



Tammy Helen Vanuni 



Todd Walker 



Christopher J, Whitney 



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Christopher R. Wondoloski 



Carin Renee Wood 



Colleen Anne Wood 





Jonathan Bohl 



Rebecca Robinson 



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Once 7€fi<M> s4 *?tme 

Drury's class of '88 could party all night long. 
Drury's class of "88" were seniors. 




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Tanya Rondeau 
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Phyllis Steigner 
Melissa Ciempa 
Jamie Nimmons 
Tracy Bush 
Jennifer Calvi 
Bessie Anagnos 
Becky Briggs 
Tammy Harris 
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The minute the football team saw the "We're 
Bad" logo they knew that was for them. Fred 
Scerbo was the one who introduced the T- shirts. 
Seeing how the football team got all gung-ho 
about the shirts the Mom's Club decided to pur- 
chase them for the team. The purchase of the logos 
were to give the football team and other students 
extra incentive to win the DRURY VS. HOOSAC 
game. 




Thomas Andrews 

Tracy Assante 

Michael Augello 

Shaun Babeu 

James Barbuto 



William Beer 

Christina Bell 

Lesley Benedetti 

Lisa Benoit 

Jody Bernier 



Glenn Bonnette 

Donna Brazeau 

Dawn Briggs 

William Bryce 

Edward Burdick 




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Mark Cancro 

Arlen Cellana 

Kathleen Chalfonte 

Brett Chalifoux 

Joelle Collins 



Michelle Collins 

Holly Cookis 

Shannon Corl 

Jennifer Cote 

Dale Cramer 



John Daloia 

Jeffrey Dami 

Timothy Daub 

Chad Davine 

Nicole DeGrenier 



Jennifer DeOrdio 

Jason DePaolis 

Jeremy DeRosia 

Dennis Dickinson 

Kenneth Dix 



Dawn Domonkos 

Philip Donohue 

John Doran 

Tina Dupras 

Vickie-Marie Ellis 



Paul Esposito 
Dawn Estes 
Scot Falcon 

Rodney Felix 
Dawn Ferris 




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The year was 1988, but it looked more like the 
1960's. Students dressed like the unforgettable hip- 
pies of our time. We stepped back about 20 years, 
tye dyed a few shirts, ripped our jeans, and made 
peace signs on our hands. We made ourselves into 
the flowerchildren of the 80's. What's next? Who 
knows-maybe a toga party! 




Seana Flagg 

Michael Fortin 

Kelly Fox 

Trina Gaetani 

Tanya Gagnon 



Matthew Gattuso 

Susan Gillooly 

Matthew Goodermote 

Francis Greenlaw 

Jason Griffin 



Joy Grillon 

Jana Guetti 

Jennifer Haley 

Carla Harvey 

Tracy Hayden 








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Derek Hubbard 

Frank James 

Todd Jarvis 

Harold Jordan 

Cristine Kelton 



Jennifer Kemp 

Aaron Kuzia 

Michael LaCasse 

Matt Lampiasi 

Glen Larabee 



Janice LeMire 

Toney Lee 

Pamela Lefaver 

Peter Lefebvre 

Wendy Lescarbeau 



Scott Levesque 

Jeffrey Loholdt 

Dawn Luscier 

Raymond Mahar 

Samir Maher 



John Manuel 

Kristi Mastroianni 

Kathleen McCarron 

Kelly McGrath 

Michelle McLean 



Maria Melito 

Mary Michalenko 

Anthony Milazzo 

Keri Millis 

Paula Monette 




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H 2 0,PbNO 3 ,6.02*10 23 ,11.2ymole-huh? That was 
the tamous expression this year as students strug- 
gled day by day through yet another chemistry 
class. Who can't forget those killer double periods! 
UGH! When asked to give the number of gm/mole 
of Pb when mixed with a hydroxide solution, the only 
thing that came to mind was how many times 
you've heard the song "Mony, Mony" in the past 
week. Just keep in mind that we made it (most of 
us) and that it was truly a learning experience. 
Yeah-learning not to take chemistry in college! 




Robin Moresi 

Karen Morton 

Richard Mountz 

William Murphy 

Tracy Neathawk 



Lisa Norman 

Julie Nuvallie 

Kristie O'Brien 

Tami O'Brien 

Shaun O'Connell 



M A Oleskiewicz 

Jennifer Ozolins 

Pamela Perras 

Nicholas Petropulos 

Kyle Phillips 




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Lisa Pisano 
Martha Prevey 

Eric Puccio 
Shannon Rarick 

John Rivers 



James Robare 

Melissa Romaine 

Melissa Ronan 

Laurie Sanderson 

Bruce Saunders 



Daniel Sherman 
Emily Smachetti 

Jennifer Smith 
Thomas Smosky 

Peter Sprague 



Michelle Sweeney 
Mark Testasecca 
Theresa Thoresen 

Timothy Townsend 
John Trombley 



Wendy Underwood 

John Valliers 

Gabrielle West 

Brent Williams 

Kristen Wright 



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"Bench Buddies" 




'Mr. Jenkins?" 



'Practicing to be Aunt Jemima?" 






'In trouble again Jeff?" 



'All work and no play makes Chris a dull boy. 



"Isn't algebra fun?' 




Getting class rings was 
an important event to the 
sophomores and they 
were excited about it. 










Vicky Acosta 
Dennis Adams 
Stacey Arnold 
Kevin Aubin 
Mea Axt 



Jennifer Babeu 
Jennifer Bailey 
Peter Baran 
Francis Bassette 
Thomas Bassette 



Peter Belmonte 
Jeannie Bessette 
Alicia Blair 
Jody Blake 
Sara Boisvert 



Lisa Bolus 
Kristin Bolza 
Beth Boucher 
Sharon Bourdon 
David Brazeau 



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Heidi Brendza 

Kay Buckley 

Cale Buda 

Alan Bullett 

Trevor Burdick 



Daryl Bushika 
Deborah Cahoon 
Colleen Catelotti 
Rebecca Cellana 
Kerry Christiansen 



Oberdan Congello 

Brigit Connerton 

Roland Cooper 

Scott Cramer 

Neil Curran 



Richard Czarnecki 

Scott Daub 

Christopher DeLuca 

Thomas Dean 

Jennifer Derosia 



Yvette Desormeaux 

Diana Dobbert 

Sherri Donega 

Denise Dubie 

Angela Duda 



Laurie Dunn 

Lori Dupuis 

Sandra Duguette 

Jennifer Durant 

Elisabeth Eaton 



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amount of school spirit this 
year, even if it meant 
dressing up as a crayon. 





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John Eaton 
Laura Fachini 
John Farnum 
Sonja Fedotowsky 
Michael Felix 



Erika Fitzpatrick 
Leonard Forth 
Kathleen Gaffey 
Tammy Gaffey 
Ernie Gamache 



Kurt Gamari 
Eric Garner 
Billie-Jo Gaspardi 
Jeffrey Gazaille 
Debbie Gendron 



Christopher George 
Allison Gleeson 
Christian Glover 
Claudine Godbout 
Marlene Goodermote 



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Steve Green 

Kelly Greenleaf 

Lisa Guest 

Shannon Haggerty 

Todd Hamilton 



Gary Harrington, Jr. 

Jason Harris 

Charbil Hassoun 

Jennifer Haun 

David Helstein 



Donna Horsfall 

Deborah Hotte 

Michelle lacuessa 

Brian Ingalls 

Amy M. Jasinski 



Brian Jowett 

Jennifer Kanelos 

Jill Kelley 

Vincent King 

Janice Kinsey 



Leo LaBonte 

William A. LaMarre 

Kevin J. Laflamme 

Lee Landy 

Betty Lavigne 



Colleen Lewitt 

David Little 

Scott Lussier 

Natalie Lussier 

Dina Mahar 



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Alan Marceau 
Lisa Marino 
Derek Masse 
Aaron Mazzrillo 
Merredith McArthur 



Steven Milette 

Bryan Miller 

Lisa Millis 

Celia A. Montgomery 

Michelle Moon 



Tammy Moon 
Kristen A. Moon 
Melissa Moore 
Louis A. Moser 
Maria Moulton 



Tanya Nichlen 
Beth Norcross 
Colleen O'Brian 
Magaret O'Brian 
Joanna O'Neil 



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Bruce Palumbo 

Cheryl Patterson 

Caroline Pierce 

Lori Poette 

Cheryl Price 



Shaun D. Ralston 

Kimberly Remillard 

Christopher Roberts 

Lucinda Rondeau 

Jennifer Rotolo 



Terri-Lynn Rougeau 

Karen Ryan 

Aaron Sapienza 

Eric Scarpitto 

Alec Schnopp 



Erin M. Scully 

Ray Smith 

Trent Solari 

Grace Sour 

Amanda Straczek 



Kathy Sunn 

Denise Superneau 

Julie Superneau 

Glenn Tatro 

Nicole Tatro 



Lawrence Therrian 

Lynn Thomas 

Robert Thomas 

Heath Tisdale 

Yagi Tramontini 




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Carrie Treece 

Rebecca Waite 

Richard Walden 

David Weissbrodt 

Ann Whitney 




Missing photos are as follows: 



BobbiJo Beliveau 
Melissa Blair 
David Bogdan 
Michael Brassard 
Brian Brazee 
Kelly Briggs 
Regina Contois 
Robert Corrody 
Jennifer Critelli 
Brad Czarnecki 



Carla Davis 
David DelRatez 
Chad Forrest 
Carol Frasser 
Bernard Frost 
Samantha Hillman 
Christopher Jeffries 
Michael Killbride 
Harry Klein 



Robert Lemaire 
Lisa Lussier 
Jeffrey Mach 
Charles McGovern 
Keri Millis 
David Murach 
Roseshawn Murphy 
Sherryann Nichlen 
Joey Norman 



Michael Packard 
Shawna Pautsch 
Regina Peltier 
Billie Phillips 
Louis Roberts 
April Vanderburg 
Kris Vanuni 
Lisa Volff 
Alison Wrend 
Tammy Zdon 



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Our pretty Drury cheer 
leaders?!? 



We wish to dedicate these freshmen pages to Jason Dupuis. 

Jason died while playing baseball at McCann field on July 29, 1987. Jason's heart 
stopped suddenly and no one is positive on what caused this fatal occurrence. 

Jason was a funny, kind, sweet person who enjoyed playing sports and living. He was the 
person who no one disliked and we all miss him. 



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Pete Velyvis, Jason Dupuis, and Jim Delisle 



"To him his family was the most important, to us he was."- Dawn LaCasse 

"If you didn't know Jason you are misfortunate. If you did you are very lucky and should 
be grateful for the experience."- Jen Rosado 

"Jason Dupuis was the most fun, hardest working, kindest person I've ever been around. 
I, as well as everyone who knew him, will always miss him and remember him in everything 
we do." - Peter Velyvis 

"Jason Dupuis was a very good friend of mine. He was smart and kind and tried his 
hardest in anything he did. He was courageous and always stood for what he believed in. 
I'm very sad that he is gone and my deepest sympathy goes to his family. I know he is in a 
better place but I miss him a lot."- Rob Wilson 



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Keith Abuisi 

Jerome Allen 

John Anagnos 

Rebecca Aubin 

James Barrett 



Amy Beer 

Richard Beliveau 

Brandi Belleau 

AnnMarie Belmonte 

Kelly Biair 



Arthur Booneville 

Antoinette Bourdon 

Robert Brooks 

Dean Bullett 

Edgar Bump 



John Bump 

Wendy Burdick 

Phillip Bushee 

Gerado Caceres 

Patricia Caceres 



The freshmen class had 
spirit this year. Among 
other things, they showed 
up at the football games, 
where they ate and 
froze. 





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Myles Campbell 
Christopher Caproni 
Stephen Cardinal 
Eric Chevillet 
Kristen Ciampa 



Matthew Cole 
Kurt Collins 
Rebecca Collins 
Jennifer Conroy 
Kristina Contois 



Shawn Cook 
Marc Cote 
Thomas Craw 
Matthew Crews 
David Daloia 



Matthew Davies 
Dawn Davis 
Kelli DeMarsico 
Melissa DeSanty 
Elizabeth Dean 



Brandy DelNegro 
Travis DelRatez 
James Delisle 
Shane DiGennaro 
Angelica Diaz 



Sharon Dion 
Barbie Dix 
Michael Dobbert 
Nancy Doran 
David Dupee 



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Ann Eastland 

Jacob Elder 

Clarene Errichetto 

Lisa Felix 

Nick Ferrara 



Charles Fisher 

Tara Floriani 

Kristi Fowler 

Russell Frost 

Jeffrey Gagnon 



Laura Gilbert 

Elizabeth Goodell 

Traci Grande 

Julie Green 

Leon Hall 



Kendra Hartlage 

Shannon Heelan 

Natalie Hein 

Kieth Hewitt 

Darcy Hill 



The freshmen class 
adapted to school life 
quickly, especially to the 
lunches, where they were 
surrounded by upper- 
classmen. 



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Cindy Holland 
Jason Holland 
Trinity Hurlbut 
Donna Jimmo 
Christine Johnson 



Christy Jowett 
Dawn LaCasse 
Jason LaPier 
David Lamb 
Bruce LeClair 



Wayne Lefebvre 
Robin Levesque 
Stephen Lewitt 
Jennifer Macksey 
Darcy Marden 



Colleen Mc Grath 
Katie McLean 
Jessica Miller 
Tammy Miller 
Melissa Moon 



Bruce Moran 
Jennifer Moreau 
John Moresi 
Jason Morin 
Ryan Mulcahy 



Shelly O'Neil 
Paul Oleskiewicz 
Brenda Packard 
Sean Palmer 
Nicole Palumbo 



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Justine Parsons 

Melanie Peck 

Robert Pedercini 

Shasta Phillips 

Karen Piaggi 



Anthony Pontier 
Jason Puccio 

David Rancourt 
Kelly Randall 
Heath Rarick 



Michael Reese 

Alan Richards 

Wendy Risch 

James Roberts 

Chad Rondeau 



Tanya Rondeau 

Jennifer Rosado 

Jody Roy 

Michele Sampson 

Misty Sarkis 



The freshmen class may 
have gotten lost in the 
first week of school, but 
not for long. 





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John Cook 
Bonnie Folino 
Randi Fueller 
Steven Gifford 
Jessica Maynard 



Larry Mille Harland G. Sousis 

Richard Mungeon William Steigner 

David Shade Zyda Trombley 

Dana Shetterly Michael Worth 



Joel Sartori 
Julie Schmidt 
Rachel Siam 
Aimee Smith 
Darryl Smith 



Jenniter Sprague 
Tracy Stachelek 
Jeremy Sullivan 
Maggie Sullivan 
Kimberly Tassone 



Jared Tatro 
Nathan Tatro 
Viula Tremblay 
Daniel Trudeau 
Scott Upton 



Peter Velyvis 
Kelli Vilayvanh 
Daniel Weissbrodt 
Peter White 
Andrew Whitlingum 



Elizabeth Whitney 
Traci Williams 
Rob Wilson 
Michael Zeppieri 




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Some people may think adapting to 
Drury is difficult. It isn't though. Finding 
classrooms is always a problem, espe- 
cially with all of the open rooms, to 
some freshmen, asking an uperclass- 
men for directions, or just fitting in in 
general can be a cause for worry. If 
these were problems, for most they 
were solved within the first week of 
school. Overall, this freshmen class had 
made a relatively simple job of adapt- 
ing. 



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"Thanks Dad!" 

Chris Wondoloski is helped off the field by father 

and coach. 

Eric Taylor proves that being a goalie can be a 
pain!! 



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Capt. Rob Curran and Capt. Chris Wondo- 

loski-Co. M.V.P.'s 

Jr. Dennis Dickinson and Sr. Chris Wondoloski- 

Co. Leading scorers 

Sr. capt. Matt Boyer-Unsung Hero 

Sr. capt. Jeff Cook-Best Defensive Player 




Dr. W. does his work on Dennis D 






Girls Varsity Soccer 







BACK ROW: J. Ozolins, C. Catelotti. M. Collins, M. Michalenko, N. Unis. S. Boisvert, A. Whitney. B. Collins, J. Guetti, Coach Ralston FRONT ROW: K. 
McGrath, E. Collins, capt. T. Pizzi, capt. J. Ralston, capt. K. Lawrence, S. Donega, E. Fitzpatrick 








Capt. Kelli Lawrence 



Capt. Tricia Pizzi 



Capt. Jenn Ralston 



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Girls Soccer 




Once again, lack of experience 
was the cause of a poor season for 
the girls soccer team. There were 
only four seniors anchoring the squad, 
and there was a relatively low num- 
ber of freshman trying out. Without 
more athletic involvement from the 
lower levels, the girls soccer team will 
have to continue to accept disap- 
pointing seasons. Although the team 
did not have a winning season, they 
managed to stick together. Though 
wins were few and far between, ev- 
ery game the girls went out and 



played with enthusiasm and determi- 
nation. The season was heartbreak- 
ing for the graduating seniors, but it 
showed promise for the younger 
players. Each game, the team im- 
proved its skills and teamwork. A note 
on the sad side; Coach Ralston will 
not be returning next year. We would 
all like to thank him for his time and 
patience and also his influence. Also, 
the graduating seniors would like to 
say GOOD LUCK NEXT SEASON and 
have some fun. 



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1987 Drury Football Team 





BACK ROW: J. Roberts, B. Thomas, D. Cramer, S, Falcon, D. Daloia, K. Hewitt, B. Brooks, T. Burdick. 
3rd ROW: Coach Freeney, A. Cellana, D. Masse, A. Marceau, K. Gamari, K. Aubin, S. Green, M. 
Felix, J. Valliers, A. Sapienza, Coach Morocco. 2nd ROW: Coach Millard, P. Sprague, J. Rivers, J. 
Robare, B. Bryce, D. Sherman, M. Testasecca, S. Mahar, T. Lee, P. Lefevbre, Coach Kemp. 1st 
ROW: J. Sullivan, S. Miller, S. McAllister, Capt. J. Bleu, Capt. T. Field, Capt. R. King, L. Thomas, T. 
D'Elia. 






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By Pete Sprauge 89 

As double sessions rolled 
around, the 1987 Drury Blue Devils 
football team looked to be the 
powerhouse of the class A divi- 
sion again. Drury, although a 
young team, did have enough 
experienced personnel to fill in 
the gaps of last years class A 
champions. The backfield was run 
by sophomore quarterback Mike 
Felix, who also doubled as the 
team's kicker. The awesome run- 
ning brigade included three year 
starter and capt. Jeff Bleu at tail- 
back. Junior Bill Bryce at fullback, 
and sophomore Steve Green, 
coming off of a very impressive 
freshman season, at wingback. 
Even on the line, the Drury offense 
had the needed experience with 
capt. Ray King and Todd Field, 
and senior Scott McAllister, and 
juniors Dan Sherman and Mark 
Testesecca. Playing at tight-end 
is senior Leon Thomas and at split 
end is senior Tim D'Elia. All of 
which received varsity last year. 

The Blue Devils displayed an im- 
pressive offensive attack in the 
opening game, a 42-7 victory 
over the Pittsfield Generals. The 
team was running smoothly at 
that point, but their real test 
wasn't to come until the following 
week when they squared off 
against an oversized Brattleboro 
squad. This time the defense led 
the assault, shutting out the Colo- 
nels strong offensive unit 21-0. 

But, as happened to so many 
teams in the past, the unexpect- 
ing blows of the class A struck 
Drury when they played the Wa- 
chonah Warriors. Wachonah 
came back from a 12-0 half time 
deficit to beat the Devils, 14-12. 
But there was still hope to cap- 
ture the title. Drury faced unde- 
feated Mt. Anthony the next 
week. Mt. Anthony gave up the 
fewest points in the league as 
well as scoring the most. This did 
not phase the Blue Devils as they 
played inspired football to beat 
the Patriots 35-14. 

Drury, on top of the league 
again, proceeded to roll over 
city rival McCann 41-8, but then 
ran into their second stumbling 
block of the season, a 7-0 loss to 
the Taconic Braves. Now the Blue 
Devils were forced into a must 
win situation if they were to play 
for the Berkshire County Cham- 
pionship, and get a bid for the 
Western Mass. Superbowl. They 
had to win their next two con- 
tests Mt. Greylock and arch-rival 
Hoosac Valley. 



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Capt. Amy Babcock 




Capt. Krista Hartman runs her way through a challenging practice. 



Capt. Chrissy Kelton 



Back row: Manager Sherrill Ingalls, Maria 
Melito, Missy Ronan, Jennifer Moreau, 
Capt. Chrissy Kelton, Karen Ryan, and 
Coach McGrath. Front row: Tanya 
Rondeau, Capt. Amy Babcock, Capt. 
Krista Hartman, Winnifred Connerton, 
Alicia Noel, and Nancy Doran. Missing: 
Manager Annette Gamache 




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Drury cross country runner, sophomore Todd Hamilton, outpaces 
Hoosac Hurricane runners in meet held at Drury. 





Nick Petropulos boxes out aggressively as Drury romps over Wah- 
conah, 84-55. 



All- Western Mass. guard Glenn Tatro uses his blinding speed to get 
himself into position for an easy two as Drury routs Wahconah. 




Berkshire County MVP, All-Western Mass. forward John Mulcahy Chad Chenail moves the ball toward the hoop while being watched 
buries another jumper as the Devils cruise past the Monument Moun- by Milton's Chris Clark in the Division II state title game in Worcester, 
tain Spartans, 61-57. Milton won, 57-55. 



Drury Blue Devils \ 
Second In State 




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Capt. Chad Chenail 




When Coach Zoltek talks basketball his players listen intently. This tormula resulted in 
19 wins. 




Capt. John Mulcahy 



Steve Green's hard-nosed defense made him a year long starter. Here he stops 
Greylock's Jim Balodimas as Drury wins big. 



The Blue Devil Family 

Back row: Mike Felix, Steve Green, 

Glenn Tatro, George Green, Nick 

Petropulos, Tim Daub, Phil Donohue, 

Todd Belleau, and Coach Frank Zoltek. 

Front row: John Mulcahy and Chad 

Chenail. 




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Capt. Jennifer Gwodz 



A true devil 



Front row: Jennifer Gwodz, Coach Chris 
Wondolowski, and Becky Boisvert. Back 
row: Maria Moulton, Kristen Moore, Mary 
Michalenko, Ann Whitney, Sara Boisvert, 
Amy Jasinski, Chrissy Kelton, Sherri 
Zoltek, Kelly McGrath, and Assistant 
Coach Shelley Darling. 




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Hoop-a-hula 



Stunning beauties 




Where did it go!! 



What's up?!? 



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Back row: statistician Jen Rosado, Jeff Dami, Keith Abuisi, Pete Baran, Jim Barbuto, Paul Esposito, Christian Glover, Dennis Dickenson, 
assistant coach Frank Medeires, coach Kip Syrett. Front row: Mark Cancro, Rick Mahar, Jeff Bleu, Pete Lefebvre, John Neville, Scott 
Goodell, Brett Chalifoux. Missing: Dave Weissbrodt. 




Captains: Jeff Bleu, Scott Goodell, and John Neville 




Christian with Mt. Greylock captain Jeff Duhamel. They 
both played hockey for the same team when they 
were younger, and are still friends. 



"LAID BACK!' 



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Pittsfield 

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Blue Devil Hockey 

Captain Jeff Bleu aggressively takes down 
goalie and attempts to slide puck into 
goal. 



Defenseman, Captain John Neville, and 
standout goalie, Pete Lefebvre, sandwich 
Taconic attacker. 



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Dennis Dickinson attacks on offense, 
flashing the form which led him to the 
Berkshire County scoring crown. 

Jim Barbuto and Devil teammates discuss 
defensive strategy over resting goalie Pete 
Lefebvre. 

Drury wins 12 league contests and 
punctuates season by tying Pittsfield. 5-5 



Award winners Jeff Bleau, Dennis Dickinson, 
Scott Goodell, and Peter Lefebvre pose 
with Coach Kip Syrett at awards banquet. 








Go for it!!! 



Compromising positions 




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Checking for lice?! 



A passionate embrace 



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Capts. John Trombley and John Vallieres 



Front row: Jeff Hickey, Trevor Burdick, John Vallieres, 
John Trombley, Jason Griffin, and Steve Milette. Second 
row: Derek Masse, Vinny King, Dale Cramer, Eric 
Scarpitto, and Glen Bonette. Third row: Coach Brian 
Collins, Kurt Collins, Jason Howland, Alan Marceau, and 
Assistant Coach Fred Scerbo. Back row: Assistant 
Coach Steve Green. 




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Blue Devil Wrestling Team 




Drury's ace lightweight wrestler, Kurt Collins, has overmatched opponent exactly where he wants him, on his back. 




Devil middleweight grappler, Steve Milette, fights to avoid being pinned. 



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Are you on the baseball team, or the golf team?!? 



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Baseball studs!!! 



Capt. John Mulcahy 




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Front row: Mark lacuessa, John 
Mulcahy, Ray King, Scott Goodell, Matt 
Boyer. Jeff Cook, and Dennis Dickinson. 
Back row: Coach Tom McGrath, Kevin 
Aubin, Tim Daub, Pete Lefebvre, Glenn 
Tatro, Todd Jarvis, and statistician Dan 
Skorupski. 




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Dancing Devils?!? 





Dirty Dancing!?! 



Softball or ballet?!? 



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Lewy and her shadow!!! 
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Ms. Joe Cool 



Moreau Manuvers 



Sack row: Coach Solari, Ann 
Whitney, Nancy Unis, Jen Calvi, 
■ammy Miller, Sara Boisvert, and 
(lanager Paul Renaud. Second 
>w: Mary Michalenko, Ellie Collins, 
olleen Catelotti, Colleen Lewitt, 
m Kemp, and Beth Goodell. Front 
3w: Jen Bailey, Stacey Arnold, Jen 
Moreau, and Missy Ronan. 




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Go Sue! Put that shot! 



"The Track Pack' 




Back row: Coach LeClair, Tracy Stache- 
lek, Erin Scully, Debbie Cahoon, Joy Grillon, 
Kristi Randall, Sue Cote, Chrissy Kelton, 
Carol Fosser, and Julie Green. Middle row: 
Brandi Delnegro, Traci Pearson, Dina 
Maher, Kendra Hartlage, Jen Rosado, 
Phyllis Steigner, Kelly Fox, Nicole DeGren- 
ier, and Sue Gillooly. Front row: Kathy 
Sunn and Karen Ryan. 



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Back row: Coach Coyne, Chad Davine, 
Dan Sherman, Christoph Sharpf, Mark 
Testasecca, Leon Thomas, Tim D'Elia, 
John Rivers, Jim Robare, Samir Maher, 
Chris Wondolowski, Leo LaBonte. 
Second row: Matt Goodermote, Jacob 
Elder, Billie Phillips, Christian Glover. Todd 
Hamilton, Jack Manuel, Eric Scarpitto. 
Front row: Vinny King, Keith Abusi, Jason 
Puccio, Tony Lee. 



Drury Cheerleaders Important Part Of Athletic Program 



Junior Tanya Gagnon shows 
that Blue Devil spirit at pep rally. 



JV cheerleaders, freshmen 
classmates Dawn LaCasse and 
Anglica Diaz take a break dur- 
ing football rally. 




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Varsity Cheerleaders: Sherri 
Siam, Tanya Gagnon, Sandra 
DeLuca, Nicole DeGrenier, Kim 
Remillard 



Drury Cheerleaders Attend Summer Camp 





Every girl on the cheerleading squad will 
boast that she is a Drury Blue Devil. When 
we are in the midst of a spirit contest with 
Mt. Anthony, or cheering at the big Drury - 
Hoosac game, we all know and believe that 
Drury is number 1! It gives us all a sense of 
pride to be the best cheering squad 
because we know we represent our school, 
and we know the capacities of our teams. 

As we cheer in formation, or yell atop a 
pyramid, you know that our energy, pep 
and loyalty belong to the Blue Devils! We 
just hope that our effort and presence can 
conjure school spirit and pride, and lead all 
our teams to victory. 



Junior Colleen Zepka leads 
cheers at Drury pep rally. 



Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Back 
row: Aimee Beer, Angelica Diaz, Al- 
lison Gleason Front row: Melissa 
Moon. Lisa Marino, Dawn LaCasse. 
Robin Moresi 



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Defenseman Jeff Dami fires shot from the Blue Devil fans support the JV boys' soccer 
blue line as Taconic defender closes in on team in a game played at Noel Field, 
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Queen, Kelli Lawrence, and her escort Steve 
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Homecoming 1987- 1988 



Terri Superneau, Jonna Garner, Tara Mahar, Queen, Kellie 
Gomeau, Erin O'Brien 



What happy couples 



Carribean Cruise 





Marie, stop stealing our 
dates!!! 



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The year is 1968 and the theme of our story is "peace and 
love." the setting is New York where teenagers are trying to find 
a place for themselves in a world full of drugs, war and protest. 
Hippie rebellion is their answer. 

On March 16, 1988, twenty years later, Drury High School reen- 
acted this era on stage in a production of Hair. Lead roles were 
played by seniors Dan Coyne, Jim Finney, A. Carol Alvarez, Erin 
Cain, Flo Oleskiewicz, and Missy Cahoon; junior Chad Davine; 
sophomores Scott Cramer and Anne Montgomery; and fresh- 
man Chris Caproni. The rest of the cast were members of the 
tribe. The story, once controversial, brought many different re- 
actions. The play, which has never been performed the same 
way twice, was performed tastefully and brilliantly by the cast. 
Congratulations to all for a job well done. A special thanks to our 
director, Thorman Hulse, who had to put up with a lot, but it was 
worth it, wasn't it?! 

A. Carol Alvarez 



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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly and Eric. 





The Time Of My Life 



Senior Prom May 21, 1988. Who could forget it? The stretch limos, 
the almost forgotten flowers, the last minute rhinestone necklaces 
picked up at a nearby boutique. Of course nerves were on end while 
anxious girls waited for their dates to pick them up and sweep them 
off their feet. 

As we entered the North Adams State College gym hearts were 
pumping at the beauty of the decorations. In the corner stood the 
silvery moon, in the other a star to wish upon. 

All dreams come true. As we the Senior Class of 1988 had the Time 
of Our Lives. 

A, Carol Alvarez 



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John Mulcahy, Jennifer Gwozdz, Glenn Demarsico, Aimee McBride, Jonna Garner, 
Queen, Chris Maloy, Kim Scott, Dan Sherman, Betsy Donega, Stephen Lamarre 




John Neville . . . Sophistication?! 



Dancing the night away. 
Belinda Scutt, Walter Brooks 



You Americans and your traditions! 
Maria Junco, Arie Leppanon 




The Time of My Life 
Junior-Senior Prom 
May 21 1988 
Music: Whirlwind 
Place: North Adams State 

College 
Time: 7:00-12:00 
Advisor: Mary Demaranville 



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Class Banquet 



Class Night 




Just take the picture. 



Jeff Cook stands proud. 



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Class Banquet was an overall unique night. 
Feelings were expressed, amends made, friend- 
ships strengthened, and a good time had by all. 
Speeches made by various classmates at the 
pulpit brought back memories dimmed yet not 
forgotten. A few tears were shed when "That's 
What Friends Are For" was sung by Ballade Sen- 
iors, hoping to capture the spirit of the night. 
Class Night was also successful as several stu- 
dents accepted scholarships to various colleges. 






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Graduation 1988 



Class Song . . . 



To Find Our Way Home. 

DEBBIE KINSEY 





Today Is Not Gone 



But Treasured Forever 



I know where I'm going 

And I know I've got to go 

And as I look for the world 

I've been dreaming about 

I'll remember 

And I'll wonder where you've all gone, 

How can I say goodbye 

And leave the world I know behind? 

'Cause when I find the world 

I've been dreaming about 

My friends will find a world of their own. 

But if I hold on to my memories 

I'll never say goodbye 

Because I'll have those friends 

In my heart and my soul 

And I'll never let them go. 

'Cause if I hold on to what I've got 

I'll never be alone; 

I'll have a light on the darkest night 

To find my way home. 

Remember my laughter 

And the smiles I shared with you 

And when the lights grow dim 

And the journey is long 

I'll remember 

And I'll feel you by my side. 

Together we're reaching 

For the goals we set up high 

And when we find the world 

We've been dreaming about 

We'll learn we found each other there too. 

And if we hold on to our memories 

We'll never say goodbye 

Because we'll have those friends 

In our hearts and in our souls 

And we'll never let them go. 

'Cause if we hold on to what we've got 

We'll never be alone 

We'll have a light on the darkest night. 



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